Restaurant Denies Service To Disabled Vet With Service Dog, Apologizes – American Military News

Restaurant Denies Service To Disabled Vet With Service Dog, Apologizes

Maj. Diggs Brown, a veteran of the Army Special Forces walked into a Chicago restaurant called Cochon Volant for breakfast last Saturday with his service dog.

Once he was seated and placed his order, the manager came up to him and said that he could not dine in the restaurant. When he informed her it was a service dog, and therefore legal for him to have it wherever he went, the manager said “I don’t care.”

This disgusting act prompted the restaurant to profusely apologize in a letter that Brown later posted on his dog’s Facebook page which he operates. Check it out:

An update regarding the restaurant experience in Chicago yesterday. As a dog, I am happy they are going to give…

Posted by Arthur Barker Black on Sunday, September 13, 2015

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